NOTICE OF STREET WORK

Crisanto avenue - caltrain construction

Please be advised that Caltrain is doing necessary fencing work to improve public safety along the train corridor on Crisanto Avenue and has issued a notice of expected work from:

Thursday, October 19 through Friday, November 17 (subject to change).

To protect you and other members of the public from direct exposure to the train tracks and to reduce the safety risks and impacts of being on an active construction site, there will be no parking along Crisanto during the construction period. 

Please continue to observe all City codes and signs, temporary signage posted in the area andany notices from the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office, Caltrain and the City of Mountain View.

PACIFIC DRIVE - LIGHT RAIL CROSSING MODIFICATIONS - NIGHT WORK

Pulte Homes will be modifying the current street-level crossing of the light rail tracks at Pacific Drive from a vehicular crossing to a pedestrian and cyclists-only crossing. The construction work will take place at night from 10 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. weekdays from October 5 to October 17. There will be minimal impact to riders as the work will take place after the VTA Light Rail has stopped running.  Link to attached map.  For additional information, please contact Pulte Homes representative, Andy Cost at (925) 580-8114.

FERGUSON DRIVE

Preston Pipelines will be installing a new sewer main on Ferguson Drive, between Cisco Systems, Inc. and Middlefield Road for the 100 & 420-430 Ferguson Drive development project. The work started on July 31 and will continue until the end of October. Detour signs will be posted. Link to attached map. For additional information, please contact Pule Group Representative, Jack Carney at (408) 422-2604.

Grant Road

California Water Service (Cal-Water) will be installing a new 8-inch water main in the northbound direction on Grant Road between Eunice Avenue and Martens Avenue, including some work on Eunice, Sleeper and Martens Avenues. Work will be performed Monday to Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting June 29 and is expected to be complete by November 3. Work will require one travel lane to be closed on Grant. Expect some delays and using alternate route during this time is recommended. For additional information, contact Oscar Ramos at (650) 917-0152.

STEVENS CREEK TRAIL – CREEK BANK REPAIR

Santa Clara Valley Water District (SCVWD) will begin the repair of the collapsed creek bank on Stevens Creek Trail between Yuba Drive and El Camino Real. The repair will require closing the temporary trail for approximately 2 months and will start as soon as September 26. The temporary trail will be closed and detoured using the northbound El Camino sidewalk and Yuba Drive. There will be no parking allowed in the Yuba Drive cul-de-sac. A permanent repair and re-establishment of the original trail alignment is expected to occur in summer 2018. We encourage everyone to check the SCVWD link here for more information and updates on the project. Link to attached map. If you have any questions, please contact SCVWD representative, Tony Mercado at (408) 630-2342.

McKelvey Park – Phase 1

Excavation Phase 1 mass excavation for McKelvey Park Detention Basin will start August 30. Work will be performed Monday to Friday between the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and dirt haul truck traffic is anticipated during these times. Additional project information can be found here. We strongly encourage residents to sign up for project updates via e-mail here. If you have any questions about this project, please contact Diego Barragan with  the Santa Clara Valley District at (408) 630-3063.

California Street & San Antonio Road

Continuing through October, Devcon Construction Inc. will be reconstructing the sidewalk, curb, gutter, and a VTA Bus Pad on California Street between San Antonio Road and Pachetti Way for the 405 San Antonio Village development project. The bike lane will be closed and "SHARE THE ROAD" will be implemented. An intermittent lane closure will be placed from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with at least one lane open in all directions. On the East side of San Antonio Road, between Miller Avenue and California Street, new curb, gutter and sidewalk will be constructed, from 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Please follow all construction and detour signs. Link to attached map. For additional information, please contact Devcon representative, Tony Vitale at (408) 519-8499.

MOFFETT BouLevarD & LEONG DRive

Stoloski & Gonzalez, Inc. will be constructing the water main to serve 750 Moffett Boulevard. Construction will start August 18 and is scheduled to be complete on October 31. Street parking within the work area will be affected intermittently during the project. “No Parking” signs will be posted in advance to provide notice of the exact period of construction in your area. If you have any questions regarding this project, contact Mark Stoloski with Stoloski & Gonzalez at (650) 726-7119 or City of Mountain View Public Works at (650) 903-6311. 

Cuesta Drive

PG&E will be installing a new 8-inch gas main in the westbound direction on Cuesta Drive between Miramonte Avenue and Grant Road, including some work on Grant Road. Work will be performed Monday to Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting August 14 and is expected to be complete by December. Work will require one travel lane to be closed on Cuesta Drive. Expect some delays and using alternate routes during this time is recommended. For additional information, contact Ron Childs at (949) 375-8501.

PERMANENTE CREEK TRAIL TEMPORARY CLOSURE

The Permanente Creek Trail between Rock and Middlefield will be closed through December due to construction. Link to attached map. If you have any questions about this project, call Mikael Estrada with Greystone at (707) 732-1828.

Permanente Creek Channel Improvement work begins- North of Highway 101 to Amphitheater Pkwy

The construction of the Permanente Creek Channel Improvement project that will provide natural flood protection for approximately 2,200 properties in Mountain View and Los Altos is now underway and scheduled to complete by December.  Robert A. Bothman, Inc. is in contract with the Santa Clara Valley Water District and started the work along the west bank of Permanente Creek north of Highway 101 to Amphitheatre Pkwy.  All construction activities will be performed Monday to Friday between the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Additional information related to Permanente Creek Channel Improvement can be found here and a link to attached map may be found here. If you have any questions about this project, please contact Diego Barragan with the Santa Clara Valley District at (408) 630-3063 or Nigel Bullock at (408) 204-4533.

 

castro street – temporary STRIPING

J.J.R. Construction, Inc. has been contracted by the City of Mountain View to perform modifications to Castro Street between El Camino Real and Miramonte Avenue. This work consists of reducing traffic lanes from four to two, adding protected bike lanes in both directions, constructing bulb-outs and high-visibility crosswalks with in-roadway warning lights, installation of new loops, lane reconfiguration, median relocation, road resurfacing, striping work, tree removal and planting, traffic signal modifications at Castro Street and Miramonte Avenue.

Temporary striping will be installed the week of August 7 for safer construction operation (see temporary striping drawing) which will reduce traffic lanes from two to one in each direction. Work is scheduled to be complete by end of December, weather permitting.  The working hours for the project are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. The contractor will accommodate the school bell schedule in their traffic control and flaggers/crossing guards will be present to assist pedestrian traffic.  No weekend or legal holiday work is anticipated at this time.

 

Traffic will be affected through the length of Castro Street from El Camino Real to Miramonte Avenue at various times during construction. Please observe all construction and traffic control devices at all times. Access for Emergency vehicles will be maintained. There will be no changes to the regular scheduled garbage pickup.

 

If you have any questions regarding this project, contact John Vogel with JJR at (650) 343-6109 or Rajni Sukhwani with City of Mountain View at (650) 903-6154. 

 

MOUNTAIN VIEW COMMUNITY CENTER REMODEL & TRAFFIC SIGNAL/OFF SITE UTILITIES

The remodel of the Mountain View Community Center is now underway. BHM is under contract with the City to perform the building renovation and site improvement work. The Community Center Remodel and site improvements phase is scheduled to be completed in early 2019.

The project’s working hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

During construction, access to the Community Center site will be limited to construction personnel. Traffic on Rengstorff Avenue, Stanford Avenue, and pedestrian access may be interrupted intermittently during construction. Please observe and follow the posted “No Parking” and construction area signs.

The construction of a new traffic signal and off-site utilities at the intersection of Rengstorff and Stanford Avenues is under contract with O’Grady Paving Inc., and is scheduled to be completed in early 2018. Link to attached map.

If you have any questions, please call one of the listed contacts below:

BHM: Grant Whestone, Project Manager at (707) 643-4580
O’Grady Paving: Craig Young, Project Manager (650) 966-1926
Ayano Hattori, Construction Manager (408) 769-6943 or
Rodrigo Macaraeg, City of Mountain View (650) 903-6311     

The Community Center Front Desk and Services has been relocated to the Senior Center at
266 Escuela Avenue. They can be reached at (650) 903-6331.

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